Saturday, March 12, 2011

mindy and tommy - invitations

Last year I had the pleasure of designing invitations for a Mindy, a lovely lady who I went to high school with.  When Mindy contacted me, she sent me a photo of an Amy Atlas candy buffet as inspiration.  She wanted her invitations to reflect the bright and cheery feeling seen in the candy buffet.  I had such a blast designing these.


How fun are all of these photos from Mindy and Tommy's wedding?  Mindy's attention to detail was great, so many personal (and diy) touches!


All photos were taken by Bre Thurston Photography.  More photos of Mindy and Tommy's wedding can be found here.


Thursday, September 30, 2010

chandeliers and silk invitiations

Last year at the PWG bridal show I met Kallie, who was in search of silk invitation boxes.  Let me tell you, these puppies are not easy to get a hold of!  We ended up having 10 of them shipped from overseas, but I think they turned out gorgeous.  The work isn't mine, I just helped Kallie get the boxes.

For my own wedding (in June 2008), we purchased several crystal teardrops, icicles, and crystal roping.  We used them in centerpieces as well as on the amazing cake display.

I now rent the crystals to brides for their weddings (as well as silver chargers and the gazebo from our cake display).  Being the creative lady Kallie is, she used the crystals to create faux chandeliers at her ceremony site.  She wasn't interested in have ceiling fans in her wedding, so they removed the blades and created something much more eye catching.

Here are a few more shots from her June wedding taken by Tommy Peterson.

Is that little boy not adorable?
Congrats Kallie!


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

madison and jeremy - invitations

Madison and Jeremy were looking for invitations that were romantic and whimsical, and Madison wanted them to have contrast. They were also incorporating a 'love' them throughout their wedding. I think everything came together wonderfully!

Madison and Jeremy were so fun and easy to work with. They wanted invitations that were unique, but that didn't break the bank. The custom designed invitations were mailed out with a white inner and outer envelope. On the outer envelope we printed the mailing addresses in fonts that matched those on the invitations.

The wedding photos were taken by Beau Vaughn Photography. Congrats guys!


Thursday, June 3, 2010

Christin and Keith: invitations and more

Last year (I know I'm a little behind...) I had the pleasure of designing wedding stationery for my good friend Christin. She wanted something fun and bright, but not over the top. I really love what we came up with. I didn't have any photos of her invites, so I've included some screen shots of the design. They came in a hot pink pocket folder.

Christin and Keith are such a fun and exciting couple, they are currently finishing up a year teaching in China! I'm so lucky to have been a part of their wedding day. Here are some photos from their fabulous day, taken by Don Brent Photography.

Christin had me design a poster that featured the evening itinerary. I thought it was a great way to let guests know the plan for the evening, as well as continuing the design elements and colors throughout her wedding.

I'm so happy for these two, and can't wait for them to return to the states in just a couple weeks!


Thursday, January 28, 2010

Charlie & Rob: Invitations and More

For Charlie and Rob's invitations we went with something simple and elegant. A little black, a little gold, some pattern and texture... the key was carrying the elements throughout her stationery. It was fun to create everything from invitations and programs to table tent cards and favor tags for the couple.

Here are some wonderful photographs by the amazing Anne Pendleton Photography. Charlie is absolutely gorgeous, is she not?

And please excuse the following photographs. These are obviously not Annie's. I didn't receive any photos of the actual invitations or thank you cards, so here are some horrible snapshots from yours truly.


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